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Study: FOMO heightens risk of anxiety in young adults

Facebook, Snapchat, Twitter, and Instagram can have a negative affect on young adults by causing body image problems and anxiety, according to a study by the United Kingdom’s Royal Society of Public Health. Reporter Sarah Ramantanis speaks with Professor Natalie Mckenna from LaTrobe University about the causes of this and what it means for young people.

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Rising prices, bursting bubbles: an investigation into the the housing market

Across two packages, reporter Anneliese Farrer investigates the “housing bubble” phenomenon with Dr. Ilan Wiesel, Senior Lecturer of Global Urbanisation at the […]

A heat map of the land the Victorian Government sold off from 2000-2018.

Researchers issue report alleging Victorian Government selling off land needed for public housing

New research suggests the Victorian Government “wasted” the opportunity to house its homeless population, after selling off nearly 600 hectares of public […]

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A look into the origins of International Nurses Day

May 12 is the annual International Nurses Day. University of Melbourne Professor Marie Gerdtz tells us a short history of nursing and […]